New York, NY (PRWEB) March 24, 2005
While most companies are familiar with employee assistance (EAP) and work/life programs and how they help employees, most executives are not as familiar with how these programs can help their organization solve everyday business challenges.
How to maximize the contribution of EAP and work/life programs to the organization is the focus of a new white paper by Harris, Rothenberg International LLC (HRI), a performance consulting firm and global provider of EAP and work life programs.
ÂEAP should stand for employer assistance program as well as employee assistance program,Â says Dr. Edward Trieber, HRIÂs managing director. ÂThe most important goals of an EAP and work life program are to help the employer solve real business problems and to give managers the tools and interpersonal skills they need to become better managers.Â
HRI is making the white paper available for free to anyone who visits https://www.harrisrothenberg.com/whitepaper_form.php and requests a copy. The white paper is titled Getting Your MoneyÂs Worth out of EAP and Work/Life Programs .
In additional to requesting the complementary white paper, visitors to the HRI web site may also register for a free teleconference call to discuss the white paper and strategies for maximizing the value of EAP and work/life programs.
About Harris, Rothenberg International LLC
Harris, Rothenberg International is a performance-consulting firm. The company helps employers solve their most challenging and complex people issues. In everything HRI does, they work to remove the barriers that prevent organizations and employees from achieving their best. HRI achieves this by delivering executive services, employee and employer assistance programs, work life services, behavioral risk management and training. Founded in 1982, HRI is one of the oldest and most well respected firms of its kind.
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